KEYSTONE ELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS ANNOUNCES EMBEDDED LINUX SYSTEM GUINNUX IS NOW AVAILABLE AS A RESCUE SYSTEM IMAGE ON BEAGLE BONE BLACK

11 April 2017 – PRETORIA – Keystone Electronic Solutions, a leading South African provider of rich and robust engineering and electronics solutions, today announced that Guinnux – the company’s own Linux-based distribution – is now available as a Guinnux rescue system image on Beagle Bone Black.   The Guinnux rescue file system allows Guinnux to be distributed as a small, versatile image, without necessitating the download of a large SD card image.   As an operating system, Keystone’s Guinnux distribution delivers improved ease of use, enhanced features and robust performance. The distribution is now based on the Arch Linux ARM distribution merged with Keystone components, providing enterprise resilience and capabilities as standard. The rescue file system allows users to recover or re-install a damaged or broken Guinnux installation without the need to re-flash the complete SD card image.   Keystone Electronic Solution’s Guinnux allows for further development of custom solutions on top of the base Guinnux system.  By using the Guinnux build system, developers are able to develop new embedded software in a way similar to proven Linux server application development.   John Eigelaar, Keystone Electronic Solution’s Founder and Guinnux developer, commented, “We ported our own Linux operating system, Guinnux, to the Beagle Bone Black to further demonstrate the versatility of the Guinnux distribution.”   Guinnux for Beagle Bone Black can be found here: http://wiki.guinnux.org/doku.php?id=bbb:install   About Keystone Electronic Solutions Established in 2007, Keystone Electronic Solutions provides a range of electronic engineering research and development (R&D) services in order to assist customers with product development and preparing the product for the market. www.kses.net   Media enquiries Simone Gair Office:...

KEYSTONE ELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS MAKES EMBEDDED LINUX SYSTEM GUINNUX AVAILABLE AS A RPI NOOBS OS IMAGE

Press release Keystone Electronic Solutions makes embedded Linux system Guinnux available as a RPi NOOBS os image   7 February 2017 – PRETORIA – Keystone Electronic Solutions, a leading South African provider of rich and robust engineering and electronics solutions, today announced that Guinnux – the company’s own Linux-based distribution – is now available as a Raspberry Pi NOOBS os image.   Unlike other NOOBS images, Keystone’s version ships with the Guinnux fallback rescue system, which is then used to download and install the base Guinnux packages. This greatly reduces download and install time.   As an operating system, Keystone’s Guinnux distribution delivers improved ease of use, enhanced features and robust performance. The distribution is now based on the Arch Linux ARM distribution merged with Keystone components, providing enterprise resilience and capabilities as standard. The rescue file system, which co-exists with the NOOBS image on the SD card, allows users to recover or re-install a damaged or broken Guinnux installation without the need to re-flash the complete SD card image.   Keystone Electronic Solution’s Guinnux allows for further development of custom solutions on top of the base Guinnux system.  By using the Guinnux build system, developers are able to develop new embedded software in a way similar to proven Linux server application development.   John Eigelaar, Keystone Electronic Solution’s Founder and Guinnux developer, commented, “The Raspberry Pi is one of the most popular boards today. We ported our own Linux distribution, Guinnux, to the Raspberry Pi in order to showcase its capabilities to the wider Linux user base.”   Guinnux for Raspberry Pi can be found here: http://wiki.guinnux.org/doku.php?id=rpi:install  ...

Keystone Electronic Solutions announces the availability of enterprise embedded linux for 64-Bit ARM cores

Press release Keystone Electronic Solutions announces the availability of enterprise embedded linux for 64-Bit ARM cores 19 January 2017 – PRETORIA – Keystone Electronic Solutions, a leading South African provider of rich and robust engineering and electronics solutions, today announced that Guinnux – a Linux-based operating system distribution – is now available as 64-bit ARM cores for true Linux enterprise embedded solutions. Guinnux for 64-bit ARM cores is now available from the Guinnux arch64 repository while the accompanying toolchain, incorporating the proven Guinnux toolchain dependency management system, is available for download from the Guinnux site  here. Instructions on how to get Guinnux aarch64 up and running in a qemu VM can be found here. John Eigelaar, Keystone Electronic Solution’s Founder and Guinnux developer, commented, “The Guinnuz aarch64 port opens a world of opportunities for Guinnux in the media and data processing space. On top of increased performance, the 64-bit platform allows for the deployment of more complex solutions into remote locations. Problems such as advanced image processing can now be done in real-time at sites in the field. We know that 64-bit ARM is the future of embedded Linux platforms, and we strive to be the market leaders; our solution enables clients to stay ahead in a very competitive environment.” About Keystone Electronic Solutions Established in 2007, Keystone Electronic Solutions provides a range of electronic engineering research and development (R&D) services in order to assist customers with product development and preparing the product for the market. www.kses.net Media enquiries Maria Joubert Purple Word Box Office: +27 (0) 12 443 6467 Cell: +27 (0) 61 441 4920 maria@purplewordbox.co.za 3rd Floor Steven...